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    I need more cowbell. Digital Gee's Avatar
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    Denver, a question about your sandals

    Denver,

    What kind of bike sandals do you have, how much were they, where did you get them, and how durable do they seem to be?

    Okay, I guess that's four questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital Gee
    Denver,

    What kind of bike sandals do you have, how much were they, where did you get them, and how durable do they seem to be?

    Okay, I guess that's four questions.
    Shimano SPD, about $75, LBS and I have had them 3 years now with no problem. I haven't worn a regular biking shoe since I got them, including winter.

    I.e.,

    http://www.sheldonbrown.com/harris/pedals.html#shoes

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    Got 'em too. Love 'em. Very walkable. You can use 'em with platfortm-type pedals or with SPD.

    I hear (to my sorrow) that the ones that just came out are less sandal-like and cover the top of the foot more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackberry
    Got 'em too. Love 'em. Very walkable. You can use 'em with platfortm-type pedals or with SPD.

    I hear (to my sorrow) that the ones that just came out are less sandal-like and cover the top of the foot more.
    Yes, it seems so. MIne only have 2 straps, the ones in the picture appear to have 3.
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